She is something to behold
Elegant and bold
She is electricity
Running to my soul
Oh, oh, oh, oh

And I could easily lose my mind
The way you kiss me
Will work each time
Calling me to come back to bed
Singing Georgia On My Mind
And I, and I

Lips generous and warm
You build me up like steps
Eyes innocent and wild
Remind me what it's like
Oh, oh, oh, oh

And I could easily lose my mind
The way you kiss me will work each time
Pulling me back into the flames
And I'm burning up again
I'm burning up

And I, I never understood what was at stake
I never thought your love was worth it's wait
Well now you've come and gone
I finally worked it out
I worked it out

I never should have told you
I never should have let you see inside
Don't want it troubling your mind
Won't you let it be

I never should have told you
I never should have let you see inside
Don't want it troubling your mind
Won't you let it be

I never should have told you
I never should have let you see inside
Don't want it troubling your mind
Won't you let it be

I never should have told you
I never should have let you see inside
Don't want it troubling your mind
Won't you let it be

And I could easily lose my mind
The way you kiss me will work each time
Pulling me back into the flames
And I'm burning up again, I'm burning up

And I, I never understood what was at stake
I never thought your love was worth it's wait
Well now you've come and gone
I finally worked it out
I worked it out

Oh, oh, oh, oh
Ooh
Oh, oh, oh, oh


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Georgia Lyrics as written by James Keogh

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    General CommentI think this song is sung from a man’s perspective about what once was a troubled relationship with a girl or more of a one-sided one.

    “She is electricity running though my sole” May mean when she’s not around it feels like she’s always there, inside of him.

    “And I could easily lose my mind, the way you kiss me will work each time” could be implying that he forgets about all their worries / troubles when they kiss and take him to an easier place.

    I think the man (the storyteller) decides to leave his partner which then he sings
    “I never understood what was at stake, I never thought your love was worth the wait.”
    Now that she’s gone, be missing and regrets his decision. He didn’t realise how much he was giving up until it was gone.

    “I never should have told you, I never should of let you see inside, don’t want it troubling your mind” Is telling us the storyteller wishes he hadn’t told her his feelings because he didn’t want it troubling her mind as he still wants to be with her.

    “Well you’ve come and gone I’ve finally worked it” meaning now that’s she’s left, he’s wishing she were still around
    mayandjulyon September 23, 2022   Link

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